Royal Institute for Standardization

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Royal Institute for Standardization
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Formation18 April 2018
TypeNon-governmental organization
PurposeInternational standardization
Official language

The Royal Institute for Standardization is a civilian owned organization in Baustralia. Run by a group of Baustralian citizens, it claims to be the most used standardization organization, with two documents already published.

Similar to the ISO (see the List of micronations by official currency), it standardizes currency codes, country codes, production and scientific methods.

List of standards

001 — Currency codes
002 — Country codes